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Category: Reviews

忍弥 NIYA – Hello Hokkaido

If you’ve watched Kubo and the Two Strings, chances are you’ll probably already be familiar with a shamisen, a traditional Japanese string instrument. Enter promising young Japanese shamisen player Niya, […]

Review: RENT by Pangdemonium! [9/10/16]

Rent has been a staple Broadway classic for years, featuring some of the most iconic songs in musical theatre history and making waves when it premiered in 1997, striking a chord […]

Review: GALA by Theatreworks [8/10/16]

Too often, we define the disabled by their limitations. But the truth is, each person is capable in their own way, with everyone deserving of a chance to shine. Directed […]

Review: No Man’s Land (17/9/16)

First things first, absurdist plays are often lost on me. They’re often headscratchers, and leave you absolutely puzzled after the show. So what’s the big draw of No Man’s Land then? […]

Review: Eurydice by Couch Theatre [22/9/16]

For this review, I share my take on the latest production by Couch Theatre – consisting of young theatre enthusiasts that have consistently endeavoured at one full-length production a year […]

Gelato Festival 2016: Firenze

When we travelled to Italy in September, the weather was sweltering, with the sun tanning our skin till we were several shades darker.Thankfully, we were lucky enough to be in Florence […]

REVIEW: ART by SRT 04/09/16

Have you ever been to an art gallery and questioned your presence there? Or looked at a painting and wondered why people call it art? Ever wondered how such a […]

Food: A Poke Theory

I think Hawaiian food is slowly becoming a thing here. After getting our hands on Spam Musubis at the recent Singapore Food Festival, we were hooked, and knew we wanted […]

Singapore Night Festival 2016: Husk

Coconut water’s been all the rage recently, and in our humid weather, it’s the number one solution to quenching our thirst. With coconut water providing the much needed boost of […]